Tag Archives: Mary Howard

Fendi X Skims 2021 Ad Campaign

Precious Lee, Jessie Li, Tianna St. Louis, Grace Valentine, and Kim Kardashian are photographed by Steven Meisel for FENDI X SKIMS ad campaign images, styled by Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele. Hair and makeup by Guido Palau and Pat McGrath, set designer Mary Howard. (source)

Zara Menswear Spring Summer 2020 Ad Campaign

Fabien Baron creative directed the latest campaign images of Zara Menswear featuring models Elias de Poot, Romaine Dixon, Erik van Gils, Henry Kitcher, Benno Bulang, Jonas Glöer, Jun Young Hwang, Oumar Diouf, Rockwell Harwood, and Leon Dame. The images are photographed by Craig McDean with set design by Mary Howard. Karl Templer responsible as the stylist, with hair and makeup by Eugene Soleimani and Susie Sobol. (source)

Zara Fall Winter 2019 Ad Campaign

Steven Meisel captures the Fall Winter 2019 ad campaign images of Zara (the video campaign is directed by Fabien Baron) featuring top models Adut Akech, Lina Zhang, Irina Kravchenko, Vittoria Ceretti, Karolin Wolter, and Julia Nobis. The styling direction was by Karl Templer with hair and makeup by Guido Palau and Pat McGrath, set designer Mary Howard. (source)

Versace Fall Winter 2019 Ad Campaign

Kaia Gerber, Bente Oort, Maike Inga, Anok Yai, Yassine Jaajou, Ilja Sizov, Huang Shixin, and Paul Hameline stars in the latest campaign of Versace photographed by Steven Meisel with styling direction by Jacob K. Hair and makeup were done by Guido Palau and Pat McGrath, set designer Mary Howard. (source)

Click the links to view past campaign images of Versace: Spring Summer 2019, Fall Winter 2018, Spring Summer 2018, Fall Winter 2017, Spring Summer 2017, Fall Winter 2016, Spring Summer 2016, Fall Winter 2015, Spring Summer 2015, Fall Winter 2014, Spring Summer 2014, Fall Winter 2013, Spring Summer 2013, Fall Winter 2012, Spring Summer 2012, Fall Winter 2011, Spring Summer 2011 (here for Menswear), Fall Winter 2010, Spring Summer 2010 and Fall Winter 2009.

Blackglama Fall Winter 2013 Ad Campaign

With newfound confidence, the question mark in Blackglama’s long-running tag line, “What Becomes a Legend Most?” has been dropped from the venerable brand’s latest advertising campaign, which features Carolyn Murphy posing in a series of surreal winter settings.

“It’s unquestionable that Blackglama is a legend,” said Charles DeCaro, co-creative director of Laspata DeCaro, which in 2001 took over the Blackglama account.

Memorable Blackglama campaigns from the brand’s 40-year history featured star power lent by Helen Hayes, Ethel Merman, Sophia Loren, Diana Ross, Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor and Liza Minnelli.

Shifting away from entertainers, DeCaro wanted to use a model to underscore Blackglama’s fashion sensibility, which has been emerging over several seasons.

DeCaro shied away from celebrities because “they’ve become ubiquitous,” he said. “They’re everywhere. At its inception, Blackglama was one of the only brands with a celebrity association. We realized that the newest iteration of the ad campaign should reflect the way the brand is evolving. The whole fashion sensibility is what we wanted to capture.”

Photographer Rocco Laspata shot Murphy in tableaus created by set and production designer Mary Howard at Pier 59 Studios in New York. Snow Business, the Academy Award-winning company behind films such as “Pirates of the Caribbean,” executed the special winter effects. In one scene, Murphy rests against a mantle as a fire burns in the fireplace and snow covers the floor and gathers on walls and mirrors.

“We wanted to capture a cinematic nuance,” DeCaro said, describing the sets as “hauntingly beautiful. It’s almost as if this woman entered this ethereal world that’s been frozen in time.”

The ads will run in Vanity Fair, Vogue, W, Harper’s Bazaar and WWD, as well as international publications. There will be a Blackglama billboard in Times Square and ads will appear online on Style.com and WWD.com. (source)

Karen Elson for Vogue Italia October 2011

Red haired supermodel slash singer Karen Elson photographed by Vogue Italia regular photographer, Steven Meisel for the October cover of the magazine styled by Karl Templer. The hair and make up was done by yet another regular team of VI, Guido Palau and Pat McGrath respectively. The set designer was Mary Howard.

Due to the departing of the Director of Women Management New York, Louie Chaban recently, some of the top names has been missing from the site‘s such as Aggyness Deym, Christina Kruse and Karen Elson. Louie Chaban is moved to Elite Model Management, such a wonderful news for Elite’s team and a bad news for Women‘s.

Click here to view last year cover featuring Mariacarla Boscono and here for 2009 cover featuring Rianne Ten Haken and Karlie Kloss.

Image via Models.com

Below are Karen Elson‘s latest show cards for Spring Summer 2012 Fashion Week. She is (and was) represented by Women Management New York, Tess Management London, Elite Milan and Viva Model Management Paris.

Karen Elson at Women Management New York

Karen Elson at Tess Management London

Karen Elson at Elite Model Management Milan

Karen Elson at Viva Model Management Paris

Lanvin Menswear Fall Winter 2011 Ad Campaign

UPDATED AUGUST 15th 2011: Added a new campaign image via TFS.

UPDATED AUGUST 04th 2011: Added a new shot of the campaign via TFS.

UPDATED JUNE 17th 2011: Added Lowell Tautchin image.

UPDATED JUNE 12th 2011: The campaign was photographed by Steven Meisel with Ronnie Cooke-Newhouse as Creative Director, hair by Guido Palau, make up by Pat McGrath and Mary Howard as Set Designer.

Lowell Tautchin and Milo Spijkers (he’s the Summer face of Topman campaign) are the new campaign models of Lanvin Menswear for the Fall Winter 2011 replacing Johannes S. We love the quirky pose!!

Click the links to see previous campaign images of Lanvin Menswear: Spring Summer 2011, Fall Winter 2010 and Spring Summer 2010.

Image via TFS.

%d bloggers like this: